Golf holidays in Austria

Golf fans know this unique feeling of standing on a perfectly manicured green in the morning, while the last dew drops are still glittering on the meadow. The sound of a great tee-off combined with the chirping of birds to create the perfect symphony. When golfing, you are at one with nature. In the Austrian Alps, a spectacular backdrop awaits you. With more than 40 golf courses in Tyrol and Salzburg which are surrounded by the highest mountains in the country. For your golf holiday in Austria, there are several VAYA properties to choose from.


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Spectacular tees in the Alps

The province of Salzburg offers golf-savvy guests 19 golf clubs, one of the most popular is the Zell am See-Kaprun Saalbach Golf Club. It is the only Leading Golf Course with 36 holes in the Alps. The course Schmittenhöhe with its 18 holes has many risk and reward shots, while the course at Kitzsteinhorn gives golf fans of all levels pleasure. The Urslautal Saalfelden Golf Club, just 30 minutes from Zell am See, offers an 18-hole championship course right at the foot of the Steinernes Meer.

In Tyrol, more than 20 golf clubs offer well-kept fairways in the most beautiful holiday region. Courses on the valley floor are just as demanding as some of the alpine courses. The Zillertal-Uderns Golf Club is particularly popular. The member of the Leading Golf Courses of Austria is located between glaciers and mountains on a slightly hilly area. If you hit a hole in one on the 14 in a tournament round (par 3, 114 meters, big green), you will receive a one-carat diamond as a reward. The oldest club in Tyrol and also a Leading Golf Course is the Achensee golf club.

Golf Alpin Card

With the Golf Alpin Card you get access to over 40 golf courses in Tyrol and Salzburger Land. It is available on all Golf Alpin golf courses upon presentation of a guest card. It contains either 5, 4 or 3 green fees and can be used by two people at the same time, even on Sundays and public holidays.

Golf Alpin Card